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Adam Lippes’ 2016 fall/winter collection revealed a British theme with his read-to-wear designs. The New York-native was inspired by the architect Edwin Lutyens and designer Gertrude Jekyll. He collaborated with de Gournay, a British interiors company that crafts brilliant furniture collections porcelain collections, and skillfully hand-painted wallpapers.
Two of the most memorable prints from de Gournay we’re refashioned into silk jacquards, French terry, Chantilly laces and velvet burnouts: Wisteria and L’Eden. Lippes unveiled his collection in New York this past fashion week harmonizing the presentation with a few de Gournay screens.
In addition to the collection, Lippes bared his first shoe range, an endeavor partnered by London-based Malone Souliers.